MV Agusta 250 Turismo

 

 

 

Make Model

MV Agusta 250 Turismo

Year

1947 - 50
Units Produced approx. 100

Engine

Four stroke, single cylinder, pushrod, 2 valve

Capacity

249 cc / 15.2 cu-in
Bore x Stroke 63 x 80 mm
Cooling System Air cooled
Compression Ratio 6.0:1

Induction

22 mm Carburettor
Lubrication  Wet sump

Ignition 

Flywheel magneto
Starting Kick

Max Power

7.4 kW /10.0 hp @ 5100 rpm
Clutch Wet multiple plate clutch

Transmission

4 speed
Final Drive Chain
Frame Closed tubular steel cradle

Front Suspension

tTlescopic mechanical fork

Rear Suspension

Plunger-box

Front Brakes

180mm Drum

Rear Brakes

180mm Drum

Front Tyre

3.00-19

Rear Tyre

3.00-19
Dimensions
Length  1960 mm / 77.1 in
Width    620 mm / 24.4 in
Wheelbase 1390 mm / 51.1 in

Weight

125 Kg / 275.5 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

18 Litres / 4.7 US gal
 
The displacement may come as a surprise as in the post-war era it was certainly large.
The quarter-litre category was rather popular abroad (such as in England), but in Italy it was rare.
The front suspension was a cutting-edge telescopic fork.
The rear suspension was placed further back and was still a plunger-box type. The engine was typical for the time, the cylinder and head were made of cast iron. It was sold in a single colour, an elegant metallic silver

Source glaagusta.org